As you that we're coming closer to Makar Sankranti, the fortunate date. With increased vitality, the day symbolises the conclusion of the winter solstice and the start of the harvest season. In different areas of India, this sacred occasion is observed in a unique fashion.
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The day symbolises the Sun's shift from Dakshinayana to Uttarayan and is marked with much pomp and fanfare. The days become longer after Makar Sankranti, and the winter season slips away. The core of this event is a large bonfire, as well as dancing, singing, and having a wonderful time. Lohri is a day before Makar Sankranti and is mostly observed in North India, particularly in Punjab, the agricultural state. The sowing season has come to a close. For example, specialties and snacks like as rewari, groundnut, sarson ka saag, makki ki roti, and others are eagerly consumed.
Makar Sankranti occurs every year in the solar month of Capricorn and lunar month of Magha. Magha Sankranti, or Makar Sankranti, is the name given to this celebration. Makar Sankranti will be observed this year on January 14, 2022. (Friday).
Punya Makar Sankranti - 02:43 a.m. to 05:45 a.m. 03 HOURS 02 MINUTES DURATION
From 02:43 to 04:28, Makar Sankranti Maha Punya is observed. Duration: 1 hour and 45 minutes